Another Oklahoma City Thunder fan hit a half-court shot for $20K
NOV 21, 2013 9:21p ET
The Oklahoma City Thunder just keep giving away money. For the second home game in a row, a fan hit a half-court shot for $20,000 during Thursday night's 105-91 win over the Clippers.
Brad Brucker, a 33-year-old business teacher at Piedmont High School, made the money shot two days after another fan, Cameron Rodriguez, hit from midcourt in a win over Denver.
Seriously, what's going in OKC? It's the the fifth time during the 2013 calendar year. Check out this stat:
Thunder fans are 5-for-22 (22.7 percent) on half-court shots since March 5.— Ben Golliver (@blazersedge) November 22, 2013
As Brucker left the floor, he was greeted and congratulated by Beyonce and Jay Z, who watched from courtside seats next to Kevin Durant's family.
Brucker said the experience ''didn't feel real.'' Durant joked after the game that ''we might go broke after these guys, they're hitting every half-court shot.'' But he added it was fun watching fans hit those shots.
And it was a big payday for Brucker. The median salary for a high school teacher in Oklahoma is about $50,000 -- probably less in Piedmont, population 3,650.
Oh, and here's the shot from Monday's game:
Straight cash, homies.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.